The use of a Wishlist [english]

Imagine, you’re eight years old and in two weeks it’s your birthday. On the wall in your bedroom hangs a calendar with the number of nights you have to sleep before the day is there. You drew it yourself, with your favorite colors, and your favorite animals and flowers on it. Every night before you… Read More

Thank You, Parallel Slovenia.

In the beginning of June I attended a Dragon Dreaming course. Somewhere in the ‘Middle of Nowhere’ – Somewhere in Slovenia. The hills glanced green soft light by the reflection of the sun, while the leaves and flowers played with the fractions of tiny little starlights. I loved it. I loved being in this new… Read More

A Beautiful World

We all desire for it. A Beautiful World. A world in which we can play, love, and where we can be the person who we are in our heart. Without fear and anger, jealousy and hate. I don’t know a single human being that doesn’t wishes this. We all want to live in paradise.

The more I learn, the less I know

It’s fascinating to see your own intuition coming to live. First you feel you’re right. Then you hope you’re wrong. And in the end the reality shows you the answer. The final truth about your guesses. Some how I knew in the beginning which direction we should take to make the Netherlands a little bit… Read More

A Wish to the world of Social Media

Everything has already been done. And everything has already been written. Words are formed. And pictures are taken. We set aside what we want to remember. We collect things to cherish. We share words with each other. And we share images. We share to get something in Return. Someone who ‘likes’ us. Just for one… Read More

Shopping on the bottom of the Sea – Lebanon

He sat down at the other side of the table. With expectant eyes and a big smile. Just before I had spoken with his friend and business cards were exchanged. Now I could talk to the other companion of Greenocratic in Lebanon. We sat at a large wooden table. Our benches were wobbling back and forth, searching for a… Read More

We’re the ones we are waiting for

A bit ambitious it is, but after a couple of  days in Estonia there is not one of the 150 participants who is still thinking it’s impossible. We do think of blue skies. To clean rivers. And green forests. And the feasibility of the plan. The plan to Clean the World in six months. This year.